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CHEMTREC employs industry leaders who are constantly working to make sure we are providing the best available chemical response call center for incidents involving hazardous materials. You can count on CHEMTREC to deliver you specialized emergency response information for hazardous materials. In addition to our incident support services, CHEMTREC is known as the world's leading source of information and emergency incident support for shippers of hazardous materials.

Our team of experts are dedicated to keeping you up-to-date with evolving regulations, new compliance management trends and procedures, as well as groundbreaking shifts happening within the industry. Visit our blog frequently to read about industry news, new product offerings and best practices to keep your company compliant and safe.


April 2, 2020

Workplace Safety recently sat down with the folks at CHEMTREC to talk about how companies can stay up to date with their hazardous materials training, and much more. Read on for this exclusive, in-depth interview. Q: What makes CHEMTREC’s hazmat training stand out from others that offer hazmat training? A:  CHEMTREC is the world’s leading emergency response information provider (ERIP) and we have more experience in handling hazmat incidents than anyone else. CHEMTREC is committed to minimizing risks to health, safety and the environment and training is a critic

March 26, 2020

Methylene Diphenyl Diisocycanate (MDI) and Toluene Diisocyanate (TDI) are key building blocks used in the polyurethanes industry to produce a wide variety of materials like insulation, roofing, and coatings, as well as comfort materials like mattresses, furniture, appliances, sports equipment, and transportation seating. Recently, the American Chemistry Council’s Center for the Polyurethanes Industry (CPI) released an updated video series focused on the safe

February 13, 2020

If you ship batteries or products containing batteries, you’re likely aware of new regulations that took effect this year regarding lithium battery test summaries. Like many new policies, there can be a period of misinterpretation and confusion. But there’s good news: CHEMTREC can make the compliance much easier for shipping or handling of these materials. Let’s dive into exactly what these new regulations are and what they may mean for you.

January 14, 2020

Impacts of human exposure to chemicals and other hazardous materials can range from simple skin irritation to long-term illnesses such as cancer. Aware of the dangers that exist, it’s important to create a culture of safety for handling, transporting, and storing these kinds of materials. All employees responsible for handling hazardous materials are required by federal regulations to undergo proper hazmat training, but that doesn’t remove your company’s responsibility to provide an environment that is conducive to the safe

December 31, 2019

For nearly 50 years, CHEMTREC’s engagement with emergency responders around the world has been the engine that drives our success. In light of that relationship, in 2019, CHEMTREC partnered with the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) to offer $7,500 to two volunteer fire departments in the U.S. that are also members of the NVFC. The awards are intended to help the fire departments enhance their response capabilities and increase local preparedness to respond to and prepare for hazardous materials incid

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